LLANDUDNO have secured the signings of Jacob Farleigh and Robbie Parry from Bangor City.

The FAW Tier Two Northern Championship side officially confirmed the news first revealed by The Pioneer last week, with the talented dup the latest to arrive at the Giant Hospitality Stadium amid wholesale changes this summer.

Parry initially joined Tudno on loan in 2018 before making the move to the Citizens, where he turned in a series of outstanding displays to finish the Huws Gray Alliance season with

After a spell at Wolverhampton Wanderers, the Welsh-born winger then joined Stoke City where he was part of the U21 squad at what was then The Brittania Stadium.

Moving to The New Saints in 2015, Parry has already had a loan spell elsewhere in the JD Welsh Premier League when he spent time at Connah’s Quay Nomads in 2015/2016.

He said: “I’m excited for the team that the manager is putting together with young local lads who will want to fight to get the club back where it belongs.

“I’m really hoping that it will be an entertaining season for everyone involved.”

Farleigh was brought to the EuroGold Stadium by Craig Harrison, with the pair working together at champions The New Saints, where he signed professional forms.

He is comfortable playing on either flank and enjoyed a fantastic start to the campaign before coming on strong again late on.

Manager Matthew Jones, said: “Jacob is yet another signing that demonstrates the direction we’re moving in.

“He is technically gifted and had a very good year at Bangor last season. I’m really excited to start working with him.”

The moves come on the back of another signing from Conwy Borough, with defender Anthony Marshall becoming the latest to swap Y Morfa for the Giant Hospitality Stadium.